This case was written by Joanne Brink, Alexandra Eurdolian, Loïc Garçon, Drew Gardiner, Natalie Jones, Catherine Mulholland and Petra ten Hoope-Bender under the supervision of Professor Gilbert Probst HEC – University of Geneva. It is intended to be used as the basis for class discussion rather than to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a […]
Written by Colin Paterson, Class of 2014 November 11th, 2013 Practice of International Relations – IOMBA 2013/2014 A popular sentiment following the 2008 financial crisis was that Big Bad Banks were to blame for the economic devastation. These immoral and irresponsible institutions, went the narrative, had abused their positions, knowingly and foolishly taken on suicidal […]
Written by Chaoyang Man, Class of 2010 Historical development experiences demonstrate that industrialization, in which manufacturing serves as the core economic activity, seems to be an unavoidable phase before a developing country gets independence from foreign aid. Strategic official developmental assistance (ODA) provided by foreign aid agencies in this aspect could effectively help the recipient country […]
Germany’s Moral Dilemma over the Purchase of Stolen Bank Data Written by Andrea Bouch-Dimondstein, Heinz Duenser, Badri Partharasathy, Kinga Tari Vincent, & Navida Chun-Han Wang (Group 3), Class of 2010 An End to The Swiss Banking Haven? German tax evaders hiding their fortunes in Swiss banks are no longer safe: Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced her decision […]
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